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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour

Highlights
  • Small-group, eco-friendly tour of D.C. monuments by electric cart
  • See many of the city’s key landmarks with dramatic lighting
  • Learn the backstories of monuments and war memorials
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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour
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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Electric Cart Tour
From US$56.00
Overview

See Washington, D.C., monuments and landmarks on an evening tour by electric vehicle. Exploring D.C. after dark means seeing the landmarks dramatically lit, and the quiet, open-sided vehicle gives unobstructed views and great photo opportunities. From the Jefferson Memorial to the White House, and Capitol Hill, and a moving series of war memorials, you’ll see some of D.C.’s top sites with historic context from a guide.

What to Expect

Make your way to a central location in Washington, D.C., and then board an open-sided electric cart for an eco-friendly, small-group trip through the heart of the city.

Floodlights bring out the architectural details of each landmark, and you’ll see the Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Tidal Basin, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington Monument, and Lincoln Memorial at their very best.

Continue to the National World War I and National World War II memorials, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on your way to the White House, which is notably photogenic after dark.

After a final stop by Capitol Hill, this tour concludes at the original departure point, which is within walking distance to other top D.C. destinations.

Reviews (260)
1 - 5 of 129 reviews
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Great Experience!

I was visiting DC alone on work so only had night to do any exploring. I saw this on Trip Advisor and thought “well that’s unique!” So I decided to do it. The car itself was so darling! It was in the 30’s so it...More

Thank 732briannab
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic way to see the sights

I can't recommend this tour enough. Julia was a fantastic guide (and driver!) who has all the knowledge and lots of little stories. Very friendly with great sense of humour. It was a cold night and raining but nevertheless our group had fun!

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Nutmeg1932
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic Tour with Chris

We went on the Monuments by Moonlight Tour on our first night in Washington DC as part of a group of 12 (2 carts). It was a freezing night and Chris made the tour interesting, informative and fun. We saw all the monuments, memorials and...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank melindam643
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Julia was fantastic

We went in a group of 12 (2 carts of 6 people). We were fortunate enough to get Julia. She was very knowledgeable, entertaining and was able to cater for our requests within reason. The tour itself is informative and you visit or drive past...More

Thank cameronsI5349TH
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great way to see the sights.

We had Chris as our guide through the city. He was a great host and very knowledgeable. Seeing the city at night was a great change of pace and very pretty. Definitely recommend the trip and Chris.

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank johns19723
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Waiohonu
14 November 2018|
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Response from Tammy T | Reviewed this property |
I also went in the warmth so have no idea if they're heated. But they do have plastic that rolls down from the top to provide relief so I would think it wouldn't be like being exposed to the elements.
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Che S
2 November 2018|
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Response from Ashlea P | Reviewed this property |
we did a Thursday but agree that it probably wouldn't matter as late as it is.
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SpiceFolks
1 October 2018|
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Response from Shirley L | Reviewed this property |
The Smithsonian stop is just a couple blocks from the start of the tour.
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